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New Domestic Violence Research Compilation - acfc False allegations of abuse are commonplace in divorce. Known by such names as the ‘nuclear option’ or the ‘silver bullet technique,’ false allegations are a quick way to gain the upper hand in child custody actions. Some of the most vocal opponents of Shared Parenting are domestic violence focused organizations. A speech by Prince Harry at the South African Wildlife College, Kruger National Park, South Africa Thank you everyone for the warm welcome here this morning. As someone who cares deeply about conservation, Africa and the protection of endangered animals, I look up to rangers with a huge amount of respect, knowing the hardships you face on a daily basis. This summer I was able to spend several months working with you and your peers here at Kruger and in places across southern Africa. My love of Africa has never been any secret – it’s just been a huge part of my private life. I’ve always wanted to keep it like that until I had the experience of age to give something back to a place that has given me and so many others the freedom and space we all crave.

Revealed: The obscure law that allows Prince Charles to set off nuclear bombs without fear of criminal punishment John Kirkhope's research paper reveals Prince Charles' legal benefits The Prince of Wales is also exempt from breaching Data Protection ActSpecial privileges thanks to his title as Duke of Cornwall Dr Kirkhope is a visiting research fellow at University of Plymouth By Joseph Curtis For Mailonline Published: 14:49 GMT, 27 December 2015 | Updated: 16:41 GMT, 27 December 2015 An obscure law allows the Prince of Wales to set off nuclear bombs without fear of punishment, a new study has revealed. Prince Charles is also exempt from punishment for breaching the Data Protection Act and has better legal protection over his properties than other landowners. It comes after Plymouth University visiting research fellow John Kirkhope launched a comprehensive investigation into the legal quirks the prince benefits from.

Palestinian terrorists tortured Israeli hostages before 1972 Munich Olympic massacre Palestinian terrorists who killed Israeli Olympians at the 1972 Games beat and tortured the victims and even castrated one of the hostages while his teammates watched. The horrifying new details of the cruelty the 11 athletes went through have been revealed by Ankie Spitzer and Illna Romano, the widows of two men who were slain in the massacre. Documents and photographs after the deadly attack on the Olympic Village, which went on for 20 hours, were initially covered up by German police. But the true extent of the horrors is now being made public for a new documentary, Munich 1972 & Beyond. Scroll down for video Palestinian terrorists who killed Israeli Olympians at the 1972 Games beat and tortured the victims and even castrated one of the hostages.

Domestic violence against men hits record levels as numbers treble in past decade DOMESTIC violence against men has trebled in the past decade, shocking official figures reveal. A record 5,640 wives and girlfriends were convicted of assaulting their male partners last year — up from 1,850 in 2007. Getty Images Prince Albert Praises Prince Charles as 'Ahead of the Curve' on Climate Change By Peter Mikelbank and Simon Perry The royals are going green! Monaco's Prince Albert prides himself on being a keen environmentalist, but he credits Britain's Prince Charles with being the trailblazer. Albert, 57, who with wife Princess Charlene, 37, took center stage on Sunday as they joined thousands of demonstrators for the World Climate march in Monaco, tells PEOPLE Charles was "way ahead of the curve" on the issue. The royal parents are giving twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella (who turn 1 on December 10) a head start on the important cause as well.

Kate Middleton and other Royal family members attend Sandringham church service The Duchess of Cambridge chatted to a crowd of well-wishers as she made her way to the Sunday service at the Sandringham estate. Kate, 33, wore a floral-decor hat and a tweed dress coat as she was accompanied by Prince William, 33, for the traditional post-Christmas ceremony - but it appeared the parents had left Prince George and Princess Charlotte at home. Prince Charles, 67, and the Queen, 89, were also seen making their way to the church on the grounds in Norfolk along with Prince Harry, 31, in a tailored coat and suit. US Seaplane Lost in Pearl Harbor Revealed Archaeologists from NOAA and the University of Hawaii have released incredible images of a U.S. Navy plane sunk during the opening minutes of the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7 1941. Just minutes before the attack on Pearl Harbor, aircraft from the Japanese Imperial Navy bombed the nearby U.S.

Community newspaper article about head lice with photo of Indigenous girl sparks outrage - CBC News A member of Paul First Nation in Alberta said he was outraged to see a photo of an Indigenous girl displayed along with an article about head lice in a community newspaper. The article, titled 'Tis the season for school and lice, was published in the Sept. 1 edition of the Stony Plain Reporter/Spruce Grove Examiner community newspaper in Alberta and is sparking heated discussions on Facebook. According to Rod Burnstick, the outrage is because Parkland County, just west of Edmonton, is a predominately Caucasian community but the newspaper ran the story with a photo of an Indigenous child, which associates Indigenous people with lice. "[When I saw it] I really felt for our children — our children that attend the County of Parkland schools — because our children already face oppression when attending county schools [outside of reserve]," said Burnstick, who posted a photo of the article on his Facebook page. 'Get some education,' Maskwacis mom writes

Breaking the Science: 71% of Children Killed by One Parent are Killed by Their Mothers; 60% of Victims are Boys By Mark B. Rosenthal July 23, 2008 In 1994, Susan Smith's murder of her sons Michael and Alex made national headlines for months. Edward and Sophie enjoy a very special Christmas celebration The Earl and Countess of Wessex got into the Christmas spirit today when they attended a special festive tea party. Edward and Sophie were guests at the Not Forgotten Association’s annual Christmas event, held at St James’s Palace. The Earl and Countess joined service veterans at the special party which took place in the State Apartments of the palace. They joined over 300 serving and ex-service personnel for a Christmas celebration which brought together representatives from many service associations and ex-service care homes as well. The Not Forgotten Association was set up in 1920 by the singer, Marta Cunningham.

ROYAL RUSSIA: News, Videos & Photographs About the Romanov Dynasty, Monarchy and Imperial Russia - Updated Daily Remains of Tsesarevich Alexey, Grand Duchess Maria Transferred to Novospassky MonasteryTopic: Holy Royal Martyrs Novospassky Monastery in Moscow Note: this article has been edited from its original by Paul Gilbert @ Royal Russia The remains of two children of Russia's last Emperor Nicholas II, Tsesarevich Alexey and Grand Duchess Maria, have been transferred to the Novospassky Monastery in Moscow, said Sergey Mironenko, Director of the State Archive of the Russian Federation (GARF) and a member of the governmental working group.

‘AIRRAID ON PEARL HARBOR X THIS IS NO DRILL,’ urgent 1941 radiogram warns Smoke and flames rise from the USS Arizona during the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy/AP file) On a Sunday morning in 1941, an “urgent” radiogram went out to all U.S. Navy ships near Hawaii: “AIRRAID ON PEARL HARBOR X THIS IS NO DRILL.” TERMINALES - TOPIC 2: PLACES AND FORMS OF POWER - JACOBANGLAIS, le blog d'anglais du Lycée Jacob Holtzer How would you define the word "power"? Try to explain what a counter-power is? What are he different powers you know? The first three powers are legislative executive and judicial powers. For many years, new powers have influenced people.

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